ESC 350 Computational Methods in the Field Sciences
CSC 311 Unix Tools
NAS 504 Mobile Technology for Teachers
Ph.D., Mathematics, Arizona State University, 1998
M.N.S., Mathematics, Arizona State University, 1994
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University, 1991
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University, 1990
I investigate applications of classroom technology for secondary education STEM teachers.
I study the development of preconditioning methods for iterative solution of linear
systems. Most recently I have focused on saddle point problems, which occur in optimization
problems and applications to fluid and solid mechanics.
O. Yasar, J. Maliekal, P. Veronesi, L. Little, S. Vattana, I. Yeter, Computational
Pedagogy: Fostering a New Method of teaching, Computers in Educations Journal, V7,
N3, 51-72, 2016.
O. Yasar, P. Veronesi, L. Little, S. Vattana, Computational Pedagogical Content Knowledge
(CPACK): Integrating Modeling and Simulation Technology into STEM Teacher Education,
Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International
Conference 2015, 3514-3521.
O. Yasar, J. Maliekal, P. Veronesi, L. Little, An Interdisciplinary Approach to Professional
Development for Math, Science, and Technology Teachers, J. Computers in Mathematics
and Science Teaching, V33, N3, 349-374, 2014.
B. Osatuyi, F. Andoh-Baidoo, L. Little, Enhancing Decision Making of Critical Information
Systems Through Optimization Models and the Improved Parallel Conjugate Gradient Algorithm,
Southwest Decision Sciences Institute, 2012 Conference Proceedings.